Built c. 1859 by Henry H. Ware, this house exemplifies the picturesque eclecticism which dominated Alabama architecture after 1850. It mixes elements of the older neoclassicism with the newer Victorian trends.
Prominent owners through the years have included Madison Jackson Williams, newspaper editor and Selma mayor 1865-66, as well as the Stollenwerck, Baker and Jones families.
Restoration 1981-83 by the C. E. Dillon Family, Named Grace Hall in 1985 to honor Miss Grace Jones, a longtime occupant and owner.
- Alabama Historical Commission marker